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Rockid | Rocking Chair And Cradle In One

We mostly post about guy´s gear, gadgets, stuff, travel... but occasionally, if we come across something truly original we have to post it. Genius idea the Rockid, a rocking chair and cradle in one! While softly swinging the rocking chair and reading a book or singing a lullaby,  the baby falls asleep. When the baby outgrows the cradle, it is possible to reconstruct the Rockid into a rocking chair.



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ULTRALIGHT COLLAPSIBLE BACKPACKING STOVE | Image

ULTRALIGHT COLLAPSIBLE BACKPACKING STOVE

When backpacking, packing light is essential, this Collapsible Camp Stove is the perfect cooking solution for when you venture out into the wild. The lightweight cooker is made from stainless steel and can be assembled in a matter of seconds to burn either wood or alcohol, the clever firebox doubles as a windscreen. After use simply dismantle it and nest it together to take up virtually zero space in your backpack....
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BREVILLE ORACLE TOUCH

The Oracle Touch by Breville, is a new coffee machine especially aimed at those who take their cup of Joe seriously, in fact this baby can bring professional coffee flavor to your house and/or office. It has all the main features you look for in such a machine: it grinds a fresh dose of up to 22 grams, which is the amount of a double espresso, tamps it and then brews it with extreme temperature control, an important setting to enhance all of the coffee’s flavor, wat...
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Wall-Mounted Kindling Splitter

The ingenious Stikkan is a wall-mounted Norwegian wood splitter that mounts on the wall to make instant kindling so you don’t have to go outside. The clever hand-tool is used to make kindling easily and safely, simply attach it to a wall beside a wood stove, fireplace or in a wood shed, place the log into one of the bracket notches, and lower the steel cutting wedge to produce a nearly effortless kindling supply. When not in use, an included safety ring slips over t...
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